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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Case Book on the Law of Delict

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ISBN13: 9780702172939
Published: June 2007
Publisher: Juta Law
Country of Publication: South Africa
Format: Paperback
Price: Price on Application

This casebook contains 122 of the most important decisions on the law of delict from The South African Law Reports. The purpose of the book is to provide students who are commencing their study of the law of delict with a general overview of case law on important principles and forms of delict.

The casebook offers various advantages. Students acquire a collection of a large number of authoritative judgments in a single source. This not only saves them the time and effort required to obtain the judgments themselves, but will probably also bring about a saving in cost.

The authors of this case book are all senior teachers of law with years of experience in lecturing on the law of delict. This experience is clearly reflected in the composition of the work.

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South Africa, Other Jurisdictions
Alphabetical list of cases
Textbooks cited
Introduction to the Law of Delict
122. cases in the following major categories:-
Fault (and contributory fault)
Delictual remedies
Specific forms of iniuria
Forms of liability without fault;